Rudha Glas Blog

A journey to living a greener life

We are an eco-friendly B&B operating on the following principles:

  • offering food which is organic, fair trade and cruelty-free
  • striving to produce our energy from renewable sources
  • encouraging connection with nature and with the self.

This blog shows some of the things we do to live in harmony with nature.

Vegan paté

15 September 2020 by Helen The last recipe I posted was for a delicious egg and dairy-free quiche, a recipe I picked up while living in Germany. Another recipe I learned about in the Land of Leberwurst is for a liver paté alternative, which

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Waste not, want not

31 August 2020 Image credit: US Department of Agriculture, CC BY We have been fans of the broadcaster and natural historian Sir David Attenborough for a long time and we love watching his nature documentaries. Sir David has, however, received criticism for giving too

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15 August 2020 Image credit:, CC BY-SA 2.0 Imagine these scenarios: Someone who doesn’t agree with war invests in the arms industry. Someone who understands the dangers of smoking invests in tobacco. Someone who is an ethical vegan invests in industrial meat manufacture . Someone who

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6Fs of Eco-living

31 July 2020 by Helen What are you doing to lead a life which is in harmony with nature? How do you measure the impact of the effects you’re having on your surroundings? Are you somewhat overwhelmed by the immensity of the apparent ecological

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A quiche for all seasons

15 July 2020 by HelenWho says you need eggs and bacon in order to make a delicious quiche? This is my “go to” quiche recipe whenever I have seasonal vegetables that need to be used up. It’s delicious, packed with protein and vitamins and

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Vegan friendly

Living a vegan lifestyle

30 June 2020 by Helen I wasn’t always vegan. In fact I ate meat for over 40 years. It wasn’t until I was in my mid-forties that I woke up to the fact that industrial meat production is an immensely barbaric practice and that

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